I wanted to share with you a letter from Mike Lemont of Ceres, California, that was published in this week's World Magazine in response to their coverage of the Terri Schiavo case: . . .
My morning routine has changed drastically since doctors discovered a large tumor in my brain. This morning, as my wife helped me take a shower, she wiped my nose with her thumb. Talk about humor and humility. Some suggest that the lesson from Terri's struggle is to have a living will, but I have learned a more important lesson: Know who you are marrying. Will they mean it when they say, "For better or worse, in sickness and health"?
Hat tip to Joanna Veith at World Magazine Blog.